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Fugees ~ Score
Their remake of "Killing Me Softly" was the hit, but that's only the beginning of the story. A hip-hop trio whose talents reach out into the world of the pop song (Wyclef Jean is a fine guitar player, and Lauryn Hill's a heck of a singer), the Fugees are also all distinctive, inventive rappers--you find yourself waiting for each of them to take the next verse in turn. The beats are the familiar crossed-armed boom-bip, but the group's understated grooves and subtle effects lie low in the mix. Aside from two kicky covers of classics (the other is Marley's "No Woman, No Cry"), The Score's focus is on the stars' rhyming with the free-form grace of performance poets and showing that they've thought deeply about the issues they raise. --Douglas Wolk
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Inflated egos and a desire to prove their impeccable solo talents (along with scraps within the group) resulted in the demised of one of the most lauded trios ever. What is left is a legacy which we can only hope will be resurrected someday - although with Lauryn (or Ms. Hill as she now prefers to be called) currently battling serious personal demons, the future doesn't look good (I hope that genius brings out another solo album - surely can't be as good as "The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill" though...can it?!). Success, fame and power tore them apart and this album is the only real thing we have left to remember them by.
Adopting the alias "Refugee Camp," the Fugees brought something fresh to the scene in the mid-90's. Their fusion of rap and pop was exciting and very ground-breaking. It sounds not so today, but eight years ago it definitely was - before everyone was ripping it off.Read more ›
Album Highlights: Too many to mention here, but there is NO filler.
Production: Thumbs up, Wyclef earned his bones with the beats, and so did Pras, Lauryn, and Diamond D.
Lyrics and Subject Matter: Thumbs Up.
Originality: Thumbs up, almost like A Tribe Called Quest in a way.
The Last Word: In today's hip hop, we could certainly use a group like The Fugees. But, I'm afraid it won't happen again, but you never know(Mase is returning)!!! But with this album, The Fugees collectively were on top of their game, as they really brought out the best in each other. Classic album??? Definitely. Another strong recommendation for this album. You will enjoy this.
by song review of the Fugees score album.
2.How many Mics-Classic freestyle joint like for Supernat this is not as good as those versions but it is very tight 10/10
3.Ready are Not-One of my favorite rap songs 10/10
4.Zealots-Early 60s 10/10
5.The Beast-Great Produced Album this is tight 10/10
6.Fu Gee La-I was always a fan of the Fugees this tight 10/10
7.Family-They did great on this album 10/10
8.Killing me Softly-Hip Hop Soul classic 10/10
9.The Score-Carribean feel I did not no Pras was this tight 10
10.The Mask-This albums got it all rap-hip hop-raggae not his usual stuff and also Soul 10/10
11.Cowboys-this is pretty raw all of it MCs 10/10
12.No Women Cry-I guess a cover 10/10
13.Manifest-I love the Carribean feel to this album 10/10
16.Mista Mista-Accoustic Guitar pretty tight 10/10
This Album sounds great I have been sleeping.
Lyrics 10/10 Production 10/10 X Factor 10/10 Style 10/10 Voice10
Music 10/10 Innovative 10/10 Classic 10/10 Guest 10/10 Blends 10
Overall 100 This album sounds completely Masterpiece the Source
was good for giving the Fugees there respect they deserve this is a 5 Mic Classic wich is *****Classic
¿Cómo se consigue esto? Pues innovado en las bases, utilizando los "samples" de una forma inteligente (y no como única herramienta de producción..Murder INC daos por aludidos con esto) y por supuesto contando con la participación de tres buenos MC's que escupan algunas de las mejores rimas que he oido en Hip-Hop.
Asi es como se consigue este disco que contiene clásicos del género como "Ready Or Not" y "Fu-gee-la". En este mundillo del Hip-Hop donde una canción de hace 3 años ya se considera "Old School", "The Score" sigue sonando fresco, como si hubiera salido hace un par de meses."No Woman No Cry" y "Killing Me Softly" son ejemplos de como se debe reversionar los clásicos. En "Manifest", Lauryn Hill, nos regala uno de los mejores raps que he oido en mucho, mucho tiempo.
Desde el éxito de los Fugees, varios grupos han intentado imitar su fórmula (City High, Black Eyed Peas..) pero no se han dado cuenta que la clave de dicho éxito fue la unión de tres personas con tantísimo talento como son Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean y Pras. Un extraño fenómeno que puede que no se vuelva a producir.
Most recent customer reviews
First heard the single "Killing Me Softly" on BOOM 97.3 in Toronto.
LOVED the new rendition of "Killing Me Softly" and the album's O.K.
this is real music back in the old days. THIS IS WHEN MUSIC HAD A MEANING. now its just money, guns, hoes the same crap. g unit could learn a lot from this cd... Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2004
"The Score" is one of those unique albums that can never be outdone. Wyclef Jean, Pras, and Lauryn Hill all work together in giving us this classic sophmore album. Read morePublished on July 11 2004
The Fugees are definitely the most complete group of all times. TLC, WuTang, etc all are real good groups, however The Fugees integrated every form of music into rap and made... Read morePublished on July 9 2004
The Score [EXPLICIT LYRICS]~ The Fugees is avery good album with great fun and good lyrics. Hill is a good singer and the other guys prevent her from getting to cynical and boring... Read morePublished on June 14 2004 by B. Viberg
This is a very good album. Many have mentioned Roberta Flack's 'Killing Me Softly' and Bob Marley's 'No Woman, No Cry' as the standout covers on the album. Read morePublished on June 12 2004